What You'll Get
Your clothes define you as an individual much more accurately than the dictionary, which curiously defines "you" as a preposition. Become synonymous with style with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $50 worth of alteration services at Uniquely You Custom Tailor.
Uniquely You Custom Tailor's Fashion Institute of Technology–trained master seamstress oversees a staff with 30 years of collective tailoring experience, each member of which can perform a long list of services to ensure clothing fits perfectly. The expert needle-wielders alter all vestments on-site or in a nearby blow-up castle, and return them to their rightful owners within two days. Remove pant pockets for a smoother look ($6), shorten unwieldy sleeves ($10), or curtail polo collars ($12) so that they no longer scrape the sky. Floor-skimming pants find solace with a pant hemming ($7), and well-loved jackets survive for another shake of the terrestrial snowglobe with a new lining ($40).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Uniquely You Custom Tailor
Though a degree from New York City's Fashion Institute of Technology is a fine qualification on its own, the master tailor at Uniquely You Custom Tailor has also stitched together 30 years of sewing, tailoring, and alteration experience. All those years come in handy when it comes to providing expert tailoring and alterations for men, women, and children.
Whether hemming jeans or letting out a jacket to accommodate a pair of freshly sprouted wings, the tailoring team only requires a 4-5 day turnaround for alterations. Custom-made clothing arrives on racks within four-six weeks, during which time the sewer crafts the desired article from a specialized cutting pattern designed to fit the customer’s unique body shape. The team also patches up holes, replaces zippers, and alters knitted caps to better fit one’s collection of shrunken heads.